HP Secure Stateless Tokenization
Merchants, enterprises, and payment processors require a complete data protection solution that accelerates compliance initiatives, reduces PCI DSS audit scope, and supports best practices. HP SecureData is the only solution that combines these critical success factors in an integrated platform that provides unsurpassed usability, cloud-scale performance availability, and ease of implementation. The advantages of HP Secure Stateless Tokenization include random tokens with no databases, no data synchronization, no collisions, and high performance.
The HP Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST) solution is an advanced, patent-pending data security technology that provides enterprises, merchants and payment processors with a new approach to help assure protection for payment card data, with significant Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) audit scope reduction. HP Secure Stateless Tokenization technology dramatically improves speed, scalability, security and manageability over conventional and first-generation tokenization solutions. HP Secure Stateless Tokenization technology is offered as part of the HP SecureData Enterprise data security platform that unites market-leading encryption, tokenization, data masking and key management to protect sensitive corporate information in a single comprehensive solution.
“The HP Secure Stateless Tokenization method is truly a paradigm shift in PAN tokenization. Memory access is many thousands of times faster than disk access. By removing the database and practically eliminating disk I/O, performance is increased dramatically over conventional tokenization solutions. Typically, performance and security move in opposite directions, but not in this case. The overall security of the tokenization process is
HP Secure Stateless Tokenization in Use
After card data is secured to the host, HP SecureData Tokenization can be used to replace PAN data in storage.
PCI Scope Reduction
Tokenization is used as a way of replacing sensitive data like credit card numbers with tokens and is one of the data protection and audit scope reduction methods recommended by the PCI DSS.
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